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on the gaza strip. president obama says israel has the right to defend itself. our reporters are in israel, gaza city and cairo and we'll show you the latest from the ground. also the controversy over red light cameras. are they making us safer drivers? some people are calling them scamers, just raking in cash. >> "cbs this morning" starts at 7:00. thank you. >>> here's something you rarely ever see down under. mother nature turned up the normally tranquil waters off australia with a rare waterspout. this happened earlier yesterday off new south wales. the storm brought rain, hail and lightning. no damage though or injuries were reported. and it's quite the sight. >> a lot better over the water than over land. isn't that right, mr. karnow? >> absolutely. unless you're on a boat and that's no fun but boy a beautiful wall cloud on the base of that. >> is that what that was? [ laughter ] >> around the bay area we have low clouds extending around the bay area. some clouds continuing to stream across the skies as it looks like the weather is going to stay a little bit unsettled, a little furth
israel and hamas in gaza. let's bring in our foreign affairs correspondent, jill doherty, she's in washington. jill, exactly what is the obama administration doing right now? >> reporter: well, they're on the phone, wolf. the president is in asia. he is making telephone calls and practically every senior administration person is doing the same thing. president obama calling israel, prime minister netanyahu, and egypt three times to president morsi. and president clinton calling the egyptians three times. i looked at the list, egypt, turkey, qatar, the french, ban ki-moon. and the whole entire is to press any country with any influence on either side but especially with the palestinians with gaza to put the pressure on them to stop the fighting. >> egypt is clearly a key player. they have influence with hamas. what's the u.s. doing in its talks with the egyptian government? >> reporter: again, they're putting as much pressure on them as they can. and there is some pressure because after all, the united states gives egypt about $450 million every year. so here's one expert that
invasion into gaza. u.n. secretary general is scheduled to arrive in egypt for peace talks today. >>> new this morning president obama is now in cambodia. the third and last stopon his asian tour. the president along with secretary of sit hillary clinton arrived just two hours ago. the other history making stop on the president's trip coming up. >>> happening right now holiday shoppers are already lined up outside of a best buy store ahead of black friday. lorraine blanco joining us live. she is in pinole where people are hunkered down in tents as we speak. right? >> yes, they are dave. it's very early and people are already they are out here camping out for black friday. here in pinole you can see there are tents out here. outdoor chairs, even a card table out here. it's very early in the morning. so so far there hasn't been much of a peep from the tents. there was one lady that came out to go to the bathroom. she is not quite ready to talk yet. employees here say this is the earliest shoppers have come out to make sure they are the first in line to take advantage of of course the holida
there. a missile hit a home in gaza city. in the last six days the strikes have killed at least 94 palestinians. netanyahu says he's prepared to expand the operation. he has tanks and troops lining the border now. president obama is urging israel not to launch a ground war he's also backing the country's decision so far. >> the president: we are fully supportive of israel's right to defend itself from missiles landing on people's homes and workplaces and potentially killing civilians. we will continue to support isrealis -- israel's right to defend itself. >> reporter: hamas has fired hundreds of rockets into israel, 75 to date, one hit an empty school, three israeli civilians have been killed, more than 60 injured. u.n. secretary general arrives in cairo today. turkish foreign minister and delegation of arab foreign minutesster are expected in -- ministers are expected in gaza tomorrow. >>> happening now, south bay families are lining up to receive holiday meals this morning. live look from sacred heart community service in san jose, with just a few days to go the charity needs 1,
obama praises myanmar's trip to democracy. and oil futures hit a two week high as international pressure mounts for a cease-fire in gaza. welcome back. just to keep you abreast with what's taking place at the moment in the uk, you have the uk prime minister david cameron speaking live at cbe conference. confederation of british industry. so he was just talking about how the government needs to be tough, radical and fast and he's continuing to lay out his thoughts there at this conference. we'll keep you up-to-date. tomorrow's euro group meeting is likely to be a tense affair. the imf looks to stick to its guns. christine lagarde told reuters that any financing program needs to be rooted in reality and not in wishful thinking. julia chatter sly is in athens. the chances of officials not green lighting further aid to greece, is it fair to say at the this stage that's very small? >> i think at the moment we have a situation where you have the imf really pushing for debt write down and on the other people wanting an enter rum solution. so they've never not reached a consensus, so somewhere i
with their fox news minute. the bloodshed continues on israel gaza border. prime minister say that israel is ready for a land invasion. israel needs to give into certain demands. president obama said israel has every right to protect itself. former cia director david petraeus has named the famous lawyer robert barnett. petraeus is facing a possible investigation over his affair with paula broadwell. notre dame hit the top of rankings for the first time ever. it looks to claim the first national title since 1988. the fighting irish remain undefeated. alabama and georgia round out the top three. those are your headlines. now, back to dagen. dagen: thank you so much. regulation choking smaller banks in this country. they have to find a way to get bigger. is that good news for investors? anton, telling about regulation not just choking out at the big level, but also these smaller banks. what are they going through? >> the smallest thing for the smaller banks is that thousand pages of rules. they have had to hire people to make sure they are obeying the rules. lots and lots of compliance peopl
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